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Hour 10. Finalizing and Printing Your Schedule

Now that you have created the task list, established the dependency links between tasks, and explored the most popular task views, it's a good time to print your schedule. There are several choices when printing the project data. You can print the data as it appears in a view—such as the Gantt Chart, Network Diagram, or Calendar views. On the other hand, you can print one of the 22 predesigned reports in Microsoft Project. These reports often show more detailed information or include calculations, which can help you analyze your schedule.

This hour concentrates on printing views and reports that focus on the project tasks. Hour 17, "Printing Views and Reports with Resources," explains how to print views and reports that focus on your project resources. Customizing standard reports is also discussed in Hour 17.

In this hour, you will learn:

  • How to check your task list for spelling errors

  • How to set layout and print options for views

  • How to include automated information in page headers and footers

  • How to view and print standard reports that focus on task information


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